Lauren Prousky talks Black Tie Soup Night

Part performance, art happening and party, soup’s on at the AGO April 14.

Broadening the Collection

We take a closer look at the work of four Black artists appearing at the AGO on February 4.

ICYMI: Re-centering with RISE

The AGO welcomes back RISE Edutainment this February for three Friday Night performances. We revisit their 2020 AGO talk.

Youth vision

Catch a free public screening of Inner Space — the AGO’s first ever youth-produced web series profiling emergent Canadian artists.

Artful golden years

Take a look at two recent iterations of the  AGO Virtual Seniors Social program exploring Ed Pien: Present: Past/Future as well as works from the AGO Collection.

Healing on film

A documentary film about an innovative Toronto youth program – The Community Healing Project – is screening this Friday, November 25 at the AGO. We spoke to the director to learn more.

ICYMI: Spreading joy

As the AGO continues to celebrate the monumental life and career of artist Rita Letendre, take a look at our 2020 story about her iconic stained glass installation in the TTC's Glencairn subway station. 

Celebration of life

One year after her passing, the AGO will host a public lecture and a celebration of life event honoring critically acclaimed Canadian artist Rita Letendre.

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